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Most likely a loose or corroded connection at the battery. The jarring of the popping the clutch may have shifted the battery stressing loose or corroded battery. Check, clean and tighten the connections to the battery. Check the battery voltage on the battery posts themselves and on the battery cable lugs when you're trying to crank it over. bad connections will show a large drop in voltage at the terminals but not on the battery posts themselves
sounds like you have two separate problems locks and on a relay and it may be getting weak ready to go out . The radio sounds like a loose wire you need to remove the radio and see if any wires are loose there also might be bad contacts in key tumbler try to wiggle the key if you have more than three keys on your key ring that will cause stress on tumblers and can short out ignition .
Get a second person to move the tire back and forth watch to see where the movement is once you identify the part go to the local parts store that have pictures of the front axle and show them where it's loose. and you will need to replace the part and get an alignment. It could be any of the following connecting rod, tie rod end, stabilizer arm or drag ling joint bad. if it was up and down then it would be king pins or wheel bearing loose.
check your ground cables for corrosion or looseness- it starts slow bwcause everything is still cold, after a few seconds of cranking the voltage heats the cables up and makes a better connection... also check your positive cables.